Now reading: Dracula by Bram Stoker One of those books you think you know, but surprisingly never read. I am enjoying it far more than I thought.
Now reading: “She has her mother’s laugh: the powers, perversions and potential of heredity” by David Grann.
Catching up with some reading. Very timely, PhysicsWorld is covering some new developments in high-spec mass spectroscopy and drug discovery. While The Economist’s front cover is about synthetic biology. Yay! Soupy twist!
Now reading: Brainstorm by Suzanne O’Sullivan. Detective stories from the world of neurology.
Now reading “Spectacles”, a memoir by Sue Perkins.
Now reading “Patient H. M.” by Luke Dittrich. An interesting account of the early attempts to understand the human brain and the development of neuroscience, intertwined with personal accounts, unexpected revelations and surprising facts. As… Read More »Now Reading: Patient H. M.
Now reading: This is going to hurt, by Adam Kay
Now Reading: Solar Bones by Mike McCormack
Now reviewing: Hyperspace
Now Reading: From Bacteria to Bach by Daniel C. Dennett.